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Gene regulation in human neutrophils from patients with systemic vasculitis Current
MicroRNA as diagnostics and therapeutics for retinal degenerations Current
The benefits of exercise for retinal health and reducing retinal degenerations Current
5-methylcytosine as a transcriptome-wide epitranscriptomic mark Potential
670nm Red Light as a treatment for Retinopathy of Prematurity (Phase 1 Clinical Trial) Current
A longitudinal study of depression, anxiety, substance use and cognitive change: PATH Through Life Current
A novel mechanism of epigenetic information transfer between different cell types Potential
A novel role for the pol I transcription factor UBF in the regulation of expression of histone gene clusters and cellular DNA damage responses Current
Antibacterial biomaterials for future orthopaedic implants Potential
B cell responses to malaria Potential
Brain tumour models Current
Calcium imaging of presynaptic terminals Current
Cancer Stem Cell Models Current
Characterisation of the role of H2A.B spermatogenesis during heat stress Potential
Characterising 3D image structure Potential
Characterising the function of general transcription elongation factor Paf1 complex in transposon defence Current
Chromatin and RNA surveillance Current
Circuit mapping in the piriform cortex using optogenetics Current
Click chemistry enables evaluation of the molecular mechanism of the 2nd generation RNA polymerase I inhibitor, PMR-116 Current
Consequences of impaired neuronal activity during development in a mouse model of autism Potential
Determining synaptic properties in small networks of neurons Current
Develop and characterise inhibitors of various histone-mediated pathologies Potential
Development of a molecular tool for personalised cancer treatment – a synthetic biology approach Current
Development of CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing technology Potential
Development of new animal models for retinal degenerations Current

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